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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1976 Ectomycorrhizae and Planting Date Affect Rust Incidence in Forest Tree Nurseries

Ectomycorrhizae and Planting Date Affect Rust Incidence in Forest Tree Nurseries

Pine seedlings planted on or after May 28 of each year in nurseries need not be sprayed with ferbam to control fusiform rust. Number of plantable seedlings is markedly reduced by such late plantings. Unless modifications of cultural conditions increase the number of plantable seedlings produced in late plantings, ferbam sprays are recommended for economical production of pine seedlings.


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Author(s): Samuel J. Rowan, Donald H. Marx

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1976

Event: Southeastern Area Nurserymen's Conference
1976 - Charleston, SC

Section: Eastern

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